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Youth Community Agency Hosts First Annual Charity Sneaker Ball for Teenage Mothers

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Youth Community Agency Hosts First Annual Charity Sneaker Ball for Teenage Mothers

August 04
21:59 2021
The annual Sneaker Ball organized by the Youth Community Agency is aimed at raising $15,000 to fund their housing program, to curb homelessness, and launch their pilot program targeted at helping teenage mothers in Detroit

Young Community Agency is thrilled to announce its first annual Sneaker Ball scheduled for August 5, 2021, at 3434 Russell St Suite 501, Detroit, MI 48207 in Eastern Detroit. This event aims to raise $15,000 to fund the Young Community Agency’s housing program, curb homelessness, and launch their pilot program to provide an urban perspective to job readiness for teenage mothers and youth aging out of foster care. Various radio personnel and news crews have been invited to join the agency for this event.

“It was only right for me to create this organization because I am a success from my community, and I didn’t gain it alone,” said Rodnesha Ross, CEO, and Founder of Youth Community Agency. “It was with the help of my parents and my community.” She was recently recognized by ESSENCE magazine as a 2020 Essential Hero.

Rodnesha Ross founded the Youth Community Agency to mentor and empower teenage mothers with the resources and support they need to ensure high school completion and curb homelessness. Ross intends to provide mentoring, temporary housing, and an urban perspective to job readiness for 100 teenage mothers each year.

The First Annual Sneaker Ball of the Young Community Agency will feature a welcome reception by 6:30 pm, Small Plates by 7 pm, and an Award Ceremony by 7:30 pm. In addition, there would be networking, dancing, a silent auction, and the presentation of Difference Maker Awards for community game-changers. Due to COVID-19 and complying with social distancing rules, all guests will have to wear a face mask before entering the Ball’s venue. In addition, the event will be held both indoors and outdoors.

Rodnesha’s ability to give back to the community is one of her prized possessions. Her intention for this event is to expand the gift of giving beyond youth and teenage mothers. In her words, “Falling on hard times or being less fortunate have no age, race or specific circumstance to be in need.”

“SHEspeaks” Catrina Tillman will be the special guest host at the Ball, which will comprise varieties such as dancing, entertainment, vendors, silent auction, and gourmet food stations. Tickets for the event are now on sale at www.YCASneakerBall2021.eventbrite.com. For regular, the ticket costs $75 per person and $125 for VIP.

Guests are expected to come dress in formal wear and sneakers. The organizers will be giving out a prize for the best-dressed guest and sneakers of the evening. Details of the Ball are as follows:

Date: Thursday, August 5, 2021

Location: 3434 Russell St Suite 501, Detroit, MI 48207

Time: Welcome Reception 6:30pm | Small Plates 7pm | Award Ceremony 7:30pm

VIP Bags will be gifted to the first 25 guests to purchase their tickets. Get tickets today at www.YCASneakerBall2021.eventbrite.com or send an email to [email protected] for further inquiries.

About Young Community Agency

Youth Community Agency is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization founded in 2013 by Rodnesha Ross. Created with the primary focus of empowering women and improving society, Youth Community Agency was created to remind people about teenage mothers and how they get forgotten and encourage other entrepreneurs/organizations to give back to the Detroit community.

To sponsor the Annual Sneaker Ball organized by Young Community Agency, please visit www.youthcommunityagency.org/store/c1/Featured_Products.html or send an email to [email protected].

Media Contact
Company Name: Youth Community Agency
Contact Person: Rodnesha Ross
Email: Send Email
Phone: 313-473-0336
Address:2200 Hunt Street Suite 401
City: Detroit
State: MI 48207
Country: United States
Website: http://www.youthcommunityagency.org/